- Add details of your Real Bread event
- Real Bread Maker Week (annual)
- Local Loaves for Lammas (annual)
- Sourdough September (annual)
- Real Bread gathering (2013)
- From Crop to Crust (2011)
- Pappy 50th birthday to the modern factory loaf (2011)
Far too much thoughtfully and lovingly produced delicious food is served up in pappy baps, buns, baguettes or white slices, mass-produced at the other end of a motorway somewhere, using who knows what - we think it's like presenting the Mona Lisa in a frame from a pound shop.
For the benefit of their food and customers, we urge producers, stallholders and other caterers to use Real Bread (i.e. additive-free) they have made themselves or bought from a local, independent bakery.
Whether it’s a stand-alone event or part of something wider, a Real Bread activity is a great way to bring people together. After all, the word companion comes from cum panis - Latin for ‘with bread’.
Real Bread Campaign supporters can click here for tips on
- Bread competitions
- Bread making
- Feasts and tastings
- Other ways of using Real Bread to get you noticed
Real Bread Campaign: The Real Bread Campaign finds and shares ways to make bread better for us, better for our communities and better for the planet. Whether your interest is local food, community-focussed small enterprises, honest labelling, therapeutic baking, or simply tasty toast, everyone is invited to become a Campaign supporter.
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